Latest phones get better BBC website
12 March 2009 — 10:12 AM
Consumers with the latest phones can now log on to an optimised version of the BBC's website.
The broadcaster has relaunched its online resource with customisable pages to reflect the individual needs of the user.
It is reported that this will include regional news, sport and weather updates, as well as the ability to remove items that are not of interest.
"The new mobile site adapts automatically to give the best viewing experience for different handsets and networks," the group said in a statement.
For those looking to recycle used mobiles in favour of a new model that provides video content, the Nokia N96 is equipped with access to the BBC's iPlayer service.
This means users can enjoy streaming episodes of TV and radio shows that have already aired on the broadcasters various channels. The model is one of the latest phones in the Finnish manufacturers N-series range.
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